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For fans who unable to catch Radiohead on their limited run of shows this year, Thom Yorke says not to worry, as the band will tour next year.

While co-hosting Benji B’s BBC Radio 1 show Wednesday night, Yorke said "there's a break" after their two-weekend stint next month at Austin City Limits Music Festival in Texas. "Then we’ll do some more next year, but I don’t know exactly what yet.”

He also mentioned he wants to get back together with Flea to work on new material for their side project Atoms for Peace, while also noting he has recently collaborated with the likes of Four Tet and Burial.

Yorke went on to claim he's "getting too old" for surprise release albums. “Enough of that now," he said. “Just put it out, man. No more fuss, just put it out ... The energy of trying to figure out how to do it differently and circumvent the monsters and you’re like—whatever.”



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